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Welcome to the start of summer! With many schools out around the country, and others ending this week, we have a few links and some summer action. Our resident Weekly Read Writer, Lou Dench is sidelined with an injury, so you get me — the non-injured…
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  I’m not sure what I should be talking about. I sometimes let this column sit for a while between posts, to let new links accumulate until there’s enough to make a meaty post. Then sometimes something awful happens and I look at my folder of…
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Happy last week of April Readers! We’re heading into the home stretch of the school year, does everyone have their homework done? Just a few links today, but some important ones. Sue Klebold, whose son Dylan partnered with Eric Harris to commit what was…
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Howdy Readers! It’s April 22nd and Donald Trump is still President. I’m telling you, civilized nations would have had a nice quiet coup by now. Speaking of the Cheeto Tinted Tyrant, Trump recently signed an executive aimed at making the lives of the most…
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Hello there Readers. We’re back after a spring hiatus to bring you all the links that are fit to share. But first, we seriously need to raise a pint to my adopted Premier League Football team,  West Bromwich Albion. Dead last in the table, doomed to…
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Hello Readers! It’s March 26th 2018 and it’s fucking freezing here in the Queen City. I’d like my spring now dammit! This Saturday was the March for Our Lives. Organized by the amazing survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting, hundreds of…
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Howdy Readers! It’s the second week of March, when we celebrate Irish Heritage (St. Patrick’s Day is this Saturday, ) The downfall of tyranny (the Ides of March) and the potential triumph of the underdog (the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball tourneys tip…
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Today students around the country are taking time out of their school day to protest the utter failure of our political and cultural systems to protect them – our children – from gun violence. And today, some people are extorting these students to…
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I am so excited about the movie A Wrinkle in Time (and a little nervous to be honest, given Disney’s mediocre previous attempt). It is one of my favorite books, partly because it introduced me to academic ideas in really interesting ways and served as a…
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A Wrinkle in Time is one of my family’s favorite books, so we’re pretty excited to see the movie. In the book, Madeline L’Engle describes a Tesseract as a way to understand the 4-dimension, and “tessering” is a central part of the plot. That makes this a…
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